1. Zoning Elements - These include the zoning lines, zoning color, and zoning label (*including the West Broad Street Overlay District).
2. Cadastral Elements - These include parcel lines, GPIN, parcel address, road names, subdivision name and lines.
3. Planimetric Elements - These include the edge of pavement, and streams.
4. Case Symbols - The case symbols for Rezoning (including PUP) cases and POD cases are drawn. The rezoning case number is found below the triangle symbol. The POD case number is below the octagon symbol. As with the old zoning maps, one point case symbol may involve move than one parcel.
5. GPIN Grid - The GPIN (Geographic Parcel Identification Number) is the official parcel number for the County. The GPIN grid gives you the first six numbers of the GPIN. The remaining four digits of the GPIN area located in the center of the parcel.
6. Other Elements - Other elements include the Acreage numbers and some easements. Generally, if these numbers were on the old zoning maps, then they appear on the new maps.
7. Bottom-of-the-Sheet Features - At the bottom of each zoning sheet you will find a Key to Matching Sheets, North Arrow, Sheet Location map, the Map Scale Bar, an explanation on how to determine a GPIN, the Effective Date and Amendments list, Disclaimers, the Map Title, Sheet No. and the County Seal.
8. Updates - The maps are updated monthly following the Board of Supervisors meeting where zoning amendments are approved (usually the second Tuesday of each month). All other features on the map which have been updated at that point are captured on the maps. The cadastral elements are updated on an ongoing basis, however, the official parcel map of the County is dated as of January 1 of each the year. Planimetric features are updated from the most current aerial photography flown by the County. This is on a 5-year cycle. Case Symbols are updated monthly.
9. Disclaimer Please see these disclaimers.